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Tensions remain at an all-time high as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump take center stage in their third and final presidential debate at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas on tonight (8 p.m. CT/ 6 p.m. PT) Tens of millions of Americans will tune in, and parents of young children are asking: ‘Can we let the kids watch?’
Always lock your doors, even if you’re standing next to your vehicle pumping gas—there have been many people stolen from while they are pumping gas—through the passenger side.
A 72-hour cease-fire among the warring parties in Yemen is set to begin just before midnight tonight. The war began in 2014 when Shiite rebels, known as Houthis, seized the capital. In March 2015, Saudi Arabia and its Gulf allies began airstrikes against the rebels. The Saudi-led coalition and the United States are backing the government of Yemen’s president. Last week, U.S. launched a missile strike in rebel-held territory after the Navy said one of its destroyers was targeted by a cruise missile. Now, the cease fire is just hours away.
The State Patrol and Seattle police are investigating the fifth case of a rock being dropped from an I-5 freeway overpass, smashing the windshield or grill of a passing car below. All of the incidents were reported over the last three days.